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Summary of recommendation: ALAC, as the representative body for At-Large, is the primary organizational home for the voice and concerns of the individual Internet user within ICANN (though individual users can choose to participate in other ways in the ICANN process).

Summary of tasks in implementation:

  • See Recommendation 1.

"At-Large Advisory Committee The At-Large Advisory Committee (ALAC) is the primary organizational home within ICANN for individual Internet users. The role of the ALAC shall be to consider and provide advice on the activities of ICANN, insofar as they relate to the interests of individual Internet users. This includes policies created throughICANN’s Supporting Organizations, as well as the many other issues for which community input andadvice is appropriate. The ALAC, which plays an important role in ICANN’s accountability mechanisms, also coordinates some of ICANN’s outreach to individual Internet users. According to ICANN’s Bylaws, the 15-member ALAC consists of two members selected by each of the Regional At-Large Organizations for a total of ten directly elected representatives, and five membersselected by the Nominating Committee. The five members selected by the Nominating Committeeshall include one citizen of a country within each of the five Geographic Regions." - p.6 of the At-Large Beginner's Guide

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10.1

 

ALAC is the primary ICANN home for the voice and concerns of the individual Internet user

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The At-Large Advisory Committee (ALAC) is the primary organizational home within ICANN for individual Internet users. The role of the ALAC shall be to consider and provide advice on the activities of ICANN, insofar as they relate to the interests of the individual Internet users.  This includes policies created through ICANN’s Supporting Organizations, as well as the many other issues for which community input and advice is appropriate. The ALAC, which plays an important role in ICANN’s accountability mechanisms, also coordinates some of ICANN's outreach to individual Internet users. 

See: ICANN Public Comment - Proposed ICANN Bylaw Revisions Regarding the ALAC

 

10.1(a)

Submit to the Board the following revision to ICANN Bylaws XI.2.4.a, drafted in collaboration with Legal: The At-Large Advisory Committee (ALAC) is the primary organizational home within ICANN for individual Internet users. The role of the ALAC shall be to consider and provide advice on the activities of ICANN, insofar as they relate to the interests of the individual Internet users.  This includes policies created through ICANN’s Supporting Organizations, as well as the many other issues for which community input and advice is appropriate. The ALAC, which plays an important role in ICANN’s accountability mechanisms, also coordinates some of ICANN's outreach to individual Internet users.

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See: ICANN Public Comment - Proposed ICANN Bylaw Revisions Regarding the ALAC


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